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they don't have a record to run on. >> rose: joining me now in new york is rich lowry, editor of the "national review", from danville is mark halperin of time magazine, chuck todd of nbc news and from washington al hunt, executive editor of bloomberg news, joining us shortly from washington will be katty kay of the bbc world news america, gwen ifill of pbs and joining us in new york is john dickerson of nbc news and slate magazine, i am glad to have all of them and we go to al hunt for an assessment of what you saw in evening. >> charlie, we saw the anti-obama tonight, and his name was joe biden, the vice president did everything the president failed to do last week. he effectively, i felt rather effectively and passionately defended most administration policies, and he also effectively criticized without malice some of the romney proposals and contradictions. >> i think aside from a few stylistic issues, programs interrupt ago few too much and smirks it was a very good night for the vice president. paul ryan clearly showed tonight that substantively he can play in the major l
during the &pprimaries.lowry says: there are mooents like that when you dont know which way it is going to bounce." boswell says: occober - threeeof the them presiienttal. wednesday evening it's primarily domestic policy for the 90 &pdebates are completed near th pnd of this month there will onll be about 2 eeks of campaign time remaining. in washington craig boswell fox news." earlier we told yyu about the orioles clinching a playoff 19-97.now we are asking if you . think the o's can make it to the world series and win it all. on our facebook paae today are very optimistic about the go to fox- ballimore dot com and tell us what you thiik..you can also poxbaltimore. and you can enter fox45a for yes.. or fox45b for o. &pthe orioles are back in the playyffs... and it's having a major effectton charm citt.how orange is now fighting with purple forr loor space. &p3 once a major player in he world of social medda... my- &puuerssthink it failed in the ffrst place... coming up. 3 --adblib weather tz-- today... a... new "victoria's seeret:.../ pink" store ...is ooening up
simpson. paul lowrie on the 4th hole. this follows the story line, it'll go in. it does. lowrie, beat brandt, 5-3. united states wasn't completely shut out. just seemed like it johnson with a long birdie attempt on the 6th hole. he get itself -- justin rose birdied 17 to even his match with mickelson. he then birdied 18 to win one up and the competition was even at 11 each. it was 12-12 when furick was putting at 13. misses the putt. they are in front 13-12. jason definer answers for the united states. his long birdie at 13. est beats hanson and it's tied at 13. came down to this. martin, making parr at 18 to beat stricker. one up, european tour, wearing a patch honoring the [inaudible] come back from a 10-6 deficit. out scoring the united states. they retain the cup. the same kind of come back in 1999. >>> brad won the nascar race today. he is the points leader. we will run down all the baseball developments tonight at ten. see you then. >> lots of things. the a's -- they are right in the hunt. >> they are right there. three things could happen. they could win the division, be a w
in my panel from the national review, fox news contributor, rich lowry, radio talk show host, liberal, fox news contributor, leslie marshall, and the cohost of "the five," our very own dana perino. this is a fun event. >> it's great the cardinal is sitting between the two of them, easing tensions. it's a moment for everybody to step back and say, okay, we should be focusing on the bigger picture here. we've got 19 days left to go in a very tight election, though the gallup poll today was a surprise for everybody. >> sean: the gallup poll, and we have, leslie, a poll out of pennsylvania, a bit of a shock. the polls tightsenning there, it was a two-point race. now a four-point lead in pennsylvania for governor romney. >> that's today. i'm still thinking the president will take pennsylvania. i look forward to tonight like dana. we all need a breather. >> sean: i don't. i want another debate, more attention. >> you haven't been breathing for five years. >years. >> sean: yeah, pretty much. what do you make of -- this dinner's fun, but with that said, i watched that debate the other night,
," a preview of tonight's presidential debate. we'll hear from dede myers. and rich lowrie, editor of the national review. plus, that interview with secretary of state hillary clinton on the investigation into the deadly u.s. consulate attack in libya. that is the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. have a great day. ,,,, and i'm michelle gri you're watching -- >>> you're watching cbs5 this morning. >>> i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time is 4:30. >> and you know what, jackets are optional today. >> they're optional. do we need them lawrence? >> the temperatures are
paul ryan. plus is apple ready to unveil the mini ipad? we'll get the scoop from cnet. and chuck lowry stops by the studio. that is the cbs morning news for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm vinita nair. have a great day. ,,,, >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning, everyone. wednesday is the day, october 17. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 4:30. and now here's lawrence with the weather. >> what a day it's going to be today. gorgeous weather all the way to the coastline. high pressure s
to golf, 39th ryder cup. all europe as they won the first four matches. luke donald paul lowrie, all won europe. europe needing one point to retain the cup. martin, he makes it. everything going their way. europe retains the ryder cup. 14 1/2 to 13 1/2. a lot of celebrating going on there. tomorrow, diane, maybe a lot of celebrating going on at the oakland coliseum. once again the a's one victory away from earning a spot to the postseason. we could have a very big postseason here with the giants already in and the a's looking to get in. >> could be very fun. thank you, henry. >>> just ahead, a piece of history is up for sale. we will show you how much someone was willing to pay at auction for these guns and there's a hint on who they belong to. >>> imagine falling off this elaborate waterslide. that's what happened to a young california man this afternoon and why park leaders are placing all of the blame on him. a 19-year-old man is recovering after a fall from a water park in california. the accident happened this afternoon at six flags amusement park. authorities say the man cut in lin
: how is that going? dell lowries is still with us. >> i know, i know. >> gavin: i imagine she has opinions. >> yes. >> gavin: i could reframe the question. was she there for the filming? did she get involved? did she direct you in what kind of person she was? >> no, we had conversations and luckily i got to meet them a couple of years ago when we did our first immigration with town hall, and so it was great to be able to meet her over the years. i like being able to call her for little things. it's a movie and there will be things that is changed for the film. and she has given me her blessing. she has october 5th she has her annual golf tournament that she raises money for. so we've been collaborateing, which is great, and we'll continue our partnership. i hope people will participate. i think i was cast because i'm passionate about the same kinds of causes and i understand where she's coming from and i think that's why she gave me her blessing. >> gavin: do you develop a little empathy different appreciation and understanding? >> oh, i thought i knew stuff about her but this is
's story was very credible. >> the pastor says all of lowry's allegations are lies. the county's district attorney says they are investigating. >>> three teens order a pricey meal at a restaurant and dine and dash. the manager tries to blame the ways are. they are all actors. others watched in shock. what would you do? >> the miles an hour dream diner in orangeburg, new york, and hired three hungry teens to take a bite out of the restaurant's profits. >> dude, i don't have any money. >> these waitresses are actors but the patrons of the dining room are real. they are about to witness the old dine and dash firsthand while we watch on our hidden cameras. >> don't talk to me like i'm new. >> all right. >> after the teens order and eat their meals, one by one, they leave the restaurant without paying the bill. they receive a few raised eyebrows and some extended stares but early on, they make a clean getaway. leaving the waitress to deal with the aftermath. >> did they -- where -- where did they go? did they go to the restroom. >> no. they left. >> you are kidding. >> but it doesn't end there
of yates's lines. think of where my glory begins and ends. mike lowry is that i have such friends. our glory, our glory is that we had a friend named george mcgovern. [applause] >> i am matt mcgovern and i will read from the gospel of matthew. when the son of man comes in his glory and though the angels with him, he will sit on the throne of his glory. all the nations will be gathered before him and he will separate people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheet from the goat and he will put the sheet that his right hand and the goats that the left. and the king will say to those at his right hand come and inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world, for i was hungry and you gave me food i was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, i was a stranger and you welcomed me, i was naked and you gave me clothing, i was sick and you took care of me. i was in prison and you visited me. the righteous will answer him lord, when was it that we saw you hungry and gave you food or thirsty and gave you something to drink, and when was it
. stuart: the biggest lowry of the day, mitt romney's winning last night's debate. even the liberal press is calling it a win. will the establishment media change the coin. are they coming back on the attack? we will ask brent bozell about that. the direct result of romney's win, swing voters decided repro romney. we have a video that tells will hold story. to the big board, i got to tell you i wasn't working at the stock market. it is 3.36% of the personal that is the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage average from freddie mac. who would have thought that? down again. yet another new record low. on the big board we are 40 points. tongue in cheek i call it a romney rally. facebook, 1 billion users. tell me that the stock is up. >> to tell shareholders it was back to the $38 ipo price. that is not the case. it is an up arrow around $22. billion active users for social media company facebook. they are celebrating and happy with it. stuart: there is a store i used to go to called the gap. it fell through the floor. now i am told it is back to a ten or even year high. >> bring out the bells and whi
and 5 mentions of elmo according to the romney campaign. joined by rich lowry the editor of the national review and a fox news contributor. and marjorie tkhreuft ton former consultant to the obama campaign and ceo of clifton consultants. i never thought in my career that i'd be talking to you about this. but we are. rich, let me start with you. is that ad effective, first of all? it tkrepblgs up a lot o drudges up a lot of folks. >> no, i don't think they are. they are not going to run it on tv. it's on cable and online. look, big bird, it's time for big bird to get out of the federa federal nest. maybe he can't fly, he can walk. he doesn't need to be on the doyle. they make something like $50 million on merchandising every single year. with this show with all the beloved characters isn't commercially viable then it should go out of business, but we shouldn't be spending almost half a billion dollars a year when we are $16 trillion in debt sending it to the corporation for public broadcasting. martha: the argument is that big bird is symbolic marjorie of the decision has need to be made
michael lowry said he was held for four months against his will. he says church members near charlotte physically and emotionally abused him. >> they hit my head with fists, and i was out on the floor, held my hands and feet down. >> i've witnessed the paddlings. i've witnessed the people held down. i've witnessed the loud screaming. i've witnessed all of it, so i knew michael's story was very credible. >> wow. the pastor said all of lowry's allegations are lies. she said lowry came willing hi to stay at the church after his parents threw him out. the county district attorney says they are investigating. >>> time for your morning read, stories that pop out at us from newspapers and online. so is pms just a myth? a review of 47 studies on premenstrual syndrome found the classic mood changes in only 15% of studies while 38% showed no link between mood and a woman's cycle. read more at time.com or bob's facebook page. >> if that's a myth, my wife is in trouble. >>> an italian court has sentenced several people to six years in prison for not warning italians about an earthquake that killed
the lie attack is rich lowry and others like brit hume pointed out t doesn't fly when you're talking about romney. you can say maybe he changed his position on abortion and things like that, but i just think looking at mitt romney, he's a big liar, it doesn't add up. it looks like you're trying to cover for a really, really bad performance. >> gretchen: do you think that the polls that have come out now, the pugh poll that shows romney takes a four-point lead over likely voters, which is the important category because they'll go to the poll, do you think that's a result of solely his debate performance or do you factor in sort of this lying excuse theory that maybe that turned people the wrong way? >> yeah. that's interesting, gretchen. i think the debate is a lot of it. merit wins out eventually and i think if you -- in a time where a country is in such great turmoil and crisis, people look to a steady hand and romney looked like that steady hand, like he had the hand firmly gripping the tiller. and i think that was very convincing to people. i also think some of this libya stuff is act
:"the baltimore sun"reported on paul ryan's preparation. we'll go to lowry and oregon, independent caller. thank you for waiting. caller: thank you for taking my call. this conversation, i will call it more of a conversation than a debate, in this -debate, i would like to see the vice president's asked paul ryan to describe which both he will follow -- the oath he takes as the vice president or the pledged that he took to grover norquist. which is important? all the people or to protect the grover norquist interests? guest: i think paul ryan will make very clear that he is the vice presidential candidate and he is working for medtronic. he is part of the ticket and he will execute the issues and policies of the president and that is what all vice-president to do. i'm sure that message will be very clear. what paul ryan really need to distinguish tonight is that he is running as the partner of mitt romney and not just a future presidential aspirants and paul ryan made famous during the budget debates. this has been a problem for mitt romney who thinks the paul ryan plan may be a little too far ri
mcfarland a national security analyst. rich lowry is fox news contributor and ed today tore of the national review. kt let me start with you on this. i know you have worked in the white house during a number of these types of situations. >> right. >> and you have said that you find this completely implausible, that the president, the vice president, and members of the administration could possibly have been unaware of the circumstances on the ground during this attack. >> yeah, if the vice president and the president were unaware of the situation on the ground when the attack occurred, if they were unaware of the request for additional security, guess what, they were probably the only two people in the white house unaware of that. the state department officials have testified under oath that they knew that this was not a demonstration that got out of hand, so why did the white house spin a totally different story? they made a fairy tale up out of whole cloth, now they are caught and they are busy blaming everybody in sight. blaming the state department, the intelligence community when my gu
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